On 8/24/99 4:56 PM, Istvan Berkeley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote...
> However, the very worst offenders, in my experience, are AOL. I
> have had a persistent NDR from one of my dozen or so AOL
> subscribers which has been with me for months. The alleged username
> is not in my subscriber base. I assume that it is someone's AOL
> alias. I have tried to contact AOL, but have receieved nothing
> other than automated responses.
Think about it for a moment. Do you really think AOL is just
reporting the wrong address for kicks?
Read the headers. Other than not being compliant with LISTSERV,
there's nothing wrong with AOL's error messages.
Adam Bailey | Chicago, Illinois
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